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[school-discuss] Student desktop machines: cleanup on logout?
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- From: "Alan E. Davis" <lngndvs@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2005 00:35:59 +1000
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At my school, each classroom has 5 powerbook G4s for student use.
The science department has moved to pool our resources, so one class at
a time can have 15 or 25 laptops.
I remember seeing a posting (was it on this list?) about how to set up
a linux box, so that when a student logs out, the home directory is
returned to a known state.
Can someone show me where to find out more information about how to set this up, esp. with OS/X?
Kagman High School
Saipan, N. Mariana Islands